Livingston, bold springs Area, Polk County, Texas Grave Survey & Genealogy Research



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Carl Newton Davis


Obituary from the Polk County Enterprise - July 11, 1985 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Carl Newton Davis, 43, of Livingston were held Saturday, July 6, 1985 from the chapel of the Cochran Funeral Home. The Rev. Emmett Nelson and the Rev. Orval Barger officiated and interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Davis died July 3 in Livingston Memorial Hospital. He was born Oct. 31, 1941 in Livingston, the son of Fred and Dovie Barnett Davis. He graduated from Livingston High School. Survivors include one daughter, Melissa Davis of Livingston; one step-son, Jerell Wallace of Livingston; parents , Fred and Dovie Davis of Livingston; one sister, Mayzell Nelson of Livingston; five brothers, Fred Davis of Houston, James Davis of Houston, Rufus Davis of Livingston, Jimmie Davis of Houston and Johnnie Davis of Livingston; numerous nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Pallbearers were Truman Birchfield, Clyde Butler, Jackie Oliver, Billy Ray Ogden, Charlie Stephens and Glenn Nettles.

Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.



Davis, Dovie Annalou – b: May 3, 1912   d: June 17, 1989; DS w/ Fred Sr.

*Dovie Annalou Barnett Davis
         “Married Fred Davis Sr. on July 8, 1929 in Leggett, Texas”


{Daughter of Warren H. & Alda B. Wade Barnett, mother of Fred B. Davis Jr.,

James Edward Davis, Mayzell Davis-Nelson, Carl Newton Davis}

Dovie Anna Lou Davis


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – June 22, 1989 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Dovie Anna Lou Davis, 77, of Livingston were held

Monday, June 19, 1989 from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Emmett

Nelson and Rev. Orval Barger officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery.

Mrs. Davis died Saturday, June 17 in Polk County Memorial Hospital. She was born

May 3, 1912 in Nacogdoches, the daughter of Warren H. Barnett and Alda B. Wade Barnett. She married Fred Davis on July 8, 1929 in Leggett. Mrs. Davis was a member

of Chesswood Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Fred Davis of Livingston; daughter, May Nelson Puckett of Livingston; five sons, Fred B. Davis of Sheldon, James E.

and Jimmie W. Davis of Houston, and Rufus and Johnnie R. Davis of Livingston; 18 grand-children; 16 great-grandchildren; brother, Cleo Barnett of Alvin; two sisters, Lillian Sheffield of Houston and Myrtle Spencer of Cleveland; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. Pallbearers were grandsons, Allen and Ricky Nelson, Keith, Greg, Mike and

Rodney Davis and Jerrell Wallace. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.



Davis, Faye Bandy – b: {July 14,} 1912   d: {August 2,} 1983

*Faye Bandy Davis

{Married Clark Davis in 1943 in Bismark, North Dakota}

{Daughter of James Thomas & Della V. Bandy, sister of Maurice Bandy,

Marie Bandy Cooley}

Faye Davis


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – August 11, 1983 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Faye Bandy Davis, 71, of Livingston were held Thursday, Aug. 4, 1983, from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel with Father Joseph Sheldon officiating. Mrs. Davis died Aug. 2 in Houston Methodist Hospital. She was born in Bigelow, Kansas, the daughter of the late James Thomas Bandy and Della Bandy. Mrs. Davis attended public schools in Arkansas and Texas. She was a graduate of Livingston High School and Massey Business College. She was married to Clark Davis in 1942 in Bismark, N. D. Mr. Davis died in 1976. Mrs. Davis had lived in Polk County for 50 years. She was a long-time employee of Polk County Abstract Company. She was a member of the Ladies Golf Auxiliary, the Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Church Guild. Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Della Bandy of Livingston; one brother, Ray Bandy of Livingston; one sister, Marie Palermo of Livingston; one step-daughter, Joann Welson of Corpus Christi; two grandsons and one great grandson. Interment was in Bold Springs Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Gene Bush, Ernie McClendon, Jimmy Owens, Edny Duke, D. L. Lacy, Sonny Nash and Eddie Martin. Honorary Pallbearers were Buck Owens, Jack Herbe, Harry Bergman, Frank Gilbert, E. E. Cochran, George Webster, Ross Hightower, Benny

Glover and Richard Ross.


Davis, Fred B. – b: Jan. 13, 1932   d: Nov. 6, 1994; DS w/ Barbara A.

*Fred Barnett Davis
         US Army  “Unconditional Love”


{Married Barbara Ann Powell on July 23, 1955} {Son of Fred Sr. & Dovie Barnett

Davis, grandson of Ruffus & Mattie Newman Davis}

Fred Barnett Davis


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise - November 17, 1994 Edition

SHELDON – Funeral services for Fred Barnett Davis, 62, were held Nov. 8, 1994 from Sterling White Chapel in Highlands, with the Rev. Robert Massey, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Sheldon officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery near Livingston. Mr. Davis died Nov. 6. Survivors include his wife of 39 years, Barbara Ann Davis; three children and their spouses, Teri and Gary Bogle, Rhesa and Andy Newton and Rodney and Karen Davis; nine grandchildren; his father, Fred Davis Sr. of Livingston; brothers, Rufus Davis of Livingston, James Davis of Greenville, Miss., Jimmie Davis of Houston and Johnnie Davis of Livingston; sister, Mayzell Nelson of Livingston; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his mother, Dovie Davis, and brother, Carl Davis. Pallbearers were Glen Powell, Mike Davis, Allen Nelson, Ricky Nelson, Keith Davis and Troy Lewis. Sterling White Chapel Funeral Home, Highlands, and Cochran Funeral Home, Livingston, were in charge of arrangements.


Davis, Fred Sr. - b: June 22, 1907   d: Dec. 11, 1996; DS w/Dovie

*Fred Davis Sr.
         “Married Dovie Barnett on July 8,1929 in Leggett, Texas”


{Son of Ruffus & Mattie Newman Davis, father of Fred B. Davis Jr., James Edward Davis, Mayzell Davis-Nelson, Carl Newton Davis, brother of Pearl Davis-Cox, Lucy Davis-Cox, Opal Davis-Harris}

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